SUPPORT AN INITIATIVE
You contribution will support us to get shared resources such as classroom material, Library books, charts, audio-visual material, etc.
GIVE THE GIFT FOR DIWALI CELEBRATIONS
Igniting a spark of hope and happiness in the lives of the students by donating for books, crayons, chocolates and toys this Diwali.
EXCELLENCE. EQUITY. INCLUSIVITY.
GIVE A GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE
Your contribution will support us to get shared resources such as classroom material, Library books, charts, audio-visual material, etc.
PER MONTH FOR PRE-PRIMARY
PER MONTH FOR PRIMARY
PER MONTH FOR SECONDARY
PER MONTH FOR SENIOR SECONDARY
GIVE A GIFT OF ARTS & SPORTS
Your contribution will support us to upgrade our music room and sports equipment like cricket bat, hockey etc
GIVE A GIFT OF TECHNOLOGY
Your contribution will support us to update our computer lab with a computer, laptop, printer, and other devices.
Donate Air Conditioner
GIVE A GIFT OF JOY
Yearly Excursion for a class of 50 students
Package includes: Transportation, Food, Tickets, and Activities
One Excursion per class Cost
GIVE A GIFT OF SKILL
Train a primary, secondary, or senior secondary teacher to enhance their teaching skills
Train A Primary Teacher
Train A Secondary Teacher
Train A Senior Secondary Teacher
YOUR LITTLE HELP CAN BRIGHTEN A LIFE!
SPONSOR A STUDENT.
COMPLETED PAST PROJECTS
ABOUT GURUKUL PUBLIC SCHOOL
Gurukul Public School is a private CBSE school and is the third educational institute under the umbrella of Gurukul group of Institutions. It was established in the year 2012 with the aim of making world-class education accessible to the children residing in rural parts of India.
In 2012 when we had just started Gurukul, we had this girl named Saloni. She was so shy and underconfident that when her teachers invited her on stage to receive the award certificate for her class performance, she couldn’t even say ‘Thank you’ on stage…
Sushma is the third child in her family of 5 sisters. She came to us, as her father couldn’t afford the education of his 4 daughters. The elder one was married pretty early. Sushma though initially shy and under-confident has turned out into a confident and well-spoken…
She comes from a very poor family and has to deal with an alcoholic father at home who doesn’t earn anything and keeps sitting home. She has seen a lot of domestic violence at home but now she stands up to her father when he starts to beat her mother…
His parents are very old probably he is a late child. His father is blind and mother is dependent on villagers for work and food. They have no source of income and live under extremely difficult circumstances. He still comes to school daily and enjoys his time at school. When we…